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CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 30, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Raleigh: Bruce Hall) Controversy surrounding North Carolina State basketball coach Jim Valvano examined; details given of calls for his resignation; scenes shown from Raleigh, North Carolina. [North Carolina University system president C.D. SPANGLER - says Valvano has embarrassed school.] Teachers reported changing basketball players' grades; other examples of Valvano's mismanagement given. Former player Charles Shackleford reported admitting to accepting money from an agent. [VALVANO - comments on his situation.] [Valvano attorney Woody WEBB - says Valvano is getting bad publicity.] Team's academic statistics outlined on screen. Valvano's success reviewed. [Sportswriter John FEINSTEIN - says Valvano should resign.] University noted wanting Valvano to be released from his contract; details given.

Hall, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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